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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Ledbury - Monday, Eighth Milestone, Tewkesbury-road ; 'Wed- nesday, Glasshouse-hill, Neweut ; Friday, Chance's Pitch, 10.30. Leigh's, Mr. Gerard- Monday, Bendish ; Wednesday, Sodding- ton Lodge ; Friday, Colney Heath, 10.30. Middleton's, Lord- Monday, Top of Garrowby Hill, 10.30 ; Subscribers-only content

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    at rertenhall turnpike - at a quarter to eleven. Mr. Brand's hounds on Wednesday, at Oheverell's : Fri- day, at Bendish - at half-past ten. The Puckeridge hounds on Wednesday, at Langley Green ; Saturday, at Throcking- at half-past ten. Subscribers-only content

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    House, 10.30. i Crawlev and Horsham- Monday, Handcross ; Wedaesday, Buck Barn ; Friday, Hapstead, 11. I Dacre's, Lord- Monday, Bendish ; Wednesday, Leagraae j Marsh ; Friday, Milibrook, 10.30. i Dorset, East- Monday, Thoraey Down ; Thursday, Mel- bury Subscribers-only content

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    23rd inst.. at Capetown, Ernest I BanVr P?sJS**ng. *»1&&3* Julia . daughter if the Rev sj' o: * , £ara>n Bendish, Norfolk. *^*- a - v - L-7if>A- BARKARD.- On the 21st inst., at St Genrw. rci™_ .. »o*WtlJ raw- Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. CHESTER CUP. ADDITIONAL NOMINATIONS. Dutch Lady, 3 yrs. I Sladmere, 4 yrs. Waterfall, 4 yrs. ! Hesse Homburg, 4 yrs. Italian, 5 yrs. i Lucio, 3 yrs. Consultation, 3 yrs. ' View Hallao, aged. True Girl, 4 Subscribers-only content

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    SPORTING INTELLIGENCE INTELLIGENCE EXTRA. DONCASTER SPRING MEETING. Nominations for tbe Sheffield and Rotherham Stakes. St. Michael, 3 yrs. B. c. by Melbourne, out of The Twin, 4 yrs. SaUy Warfoot, 3 yrs. B. c. by Red Deer, out of Subscribers-only content

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    Thursday, PolhiD .Anns ; Saturday, Foxbush, 10.45. Leainim'r, Mr- Monday, Corytou Village, Thursday Bicton Mill, 11. Leigh's, Mr. Gerard- Monday, Bendish ; Wednesday, Silsoe ; Saturday, Ashridge, 10.45. Llangabby and Chepstow- Monday, Henllis ; Saturday, Devan- den Green ; Monday Subscribers-only content

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    prospects of success. Commands from the King to move the troops to Bristol induce the d>* hing young Lord Harry Bendish to wager that he will .ffect an entry into the town within 24 hours. By the rule that all Subscribers-only content

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    and Miss Mon- crietfe, the Countess (Dow.) of Norbury and Lady Emily To'.er, the Countess (Jane I Somers and Miss Bendish, the Countess of Mayo, the Countess of Galloway and Lady Helen Stewart, the Countess (Dow.) of Glasgow aud Miss Subscribers-only content

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    Edward Ernest, Coventry, silkman- April 22, at 2. Chapman. John Wiggett, Southgate, Sussex, grocer- .May 5. at 11. Crawley, William, Bendish, Hertfordshire, publican- April 10, at 12. Haynes, Joseph, Birmingham, beerhouse-keeper- April 20, at 2 Higgs. John, Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, grocer- Subscribers-only content

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    Lock's Bottom. The Berkshire hounds on Wednesday, at Cokethorpe Park ; Friday, at Buckland. Mr. Brand's hounds on Friday, at Bendish - at half-past ten. The Fowelscombe or Forest harriers to-morrow, at Fow- elscombe Kennel; Friday, at the Sign of Subscribers-only content

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    Miss Dallas, the Coun- tess de Bernstorff, the Countess of Morton acd Lady Gertrude Douglas, Jane Countess Somers and Miss Bendish, the Countess of Powis and the Ladies Herr.ert (2;, the Countess of Morley and the : Hon. Miss Portman Subscribers-only content

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    Countess Stanhope, the Countess of Egmont, the Countess of Macclesfield and Lady Elizabeth Bertie, Jane Couu <--s Somers and Miss Bendish, ths Earl of Westmoreland, Viscountess Palmerston, Viscountess Galway, Viscauu'ess Fot be-, Viscountess Here- ford, Viscount Ciinteroury, Viscount and Viscountess Subscribers-only content

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    Fife and Miss Wernyss and Miss Farquharson, the Earl of Belmore, the Earl Beau- champ, Jane Countess Somers aud Miss Bendish, the Eari of Pomfret, the Burl and Countes. of Orkney and Lady Isabella Fitzmaurice, ihe Earl and Countess ot Subscribers-only content

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    execution of Hubbard Lingley, convicted at the last Norfolk Assizes for the murder of his uncle, Benjamin Black, at Barten Bendish near Downham Market, Norfolk, took place on Monday morning at Norwich Castle ; Calcraf t acting as executioner. The Subscribers-only content

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    Mid- dlesex, and of SalterVhall-court, London, general merohaiit - John Wright Chapman, Fiahergate-terraoe. Southwick, Su-sex, baker and grocer- William Crawley, Bendish, Herts, publican and dealer in cattle.- John Higgs, Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire, grocer.- Joseph Haynes, Park-street, Sirmingham, retail brewer aud beerhouse-keeper- Subscribers-only content

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    Harry " to " The Lord Harry," surely an unfortunate change. Mr. Wilson Barrett playa the title part, Lord Barry Bendish, a cavalier ; while Mr.Willard and Miss E astlake belong to the Puritan faction. The time is the winter Subscribers-only content

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    AGRICULTURE, &c, The most influential farmers and tradesmen of Merstham, Sussex, have formed a Society to cany ou, a plan of employing the whole of the able-bodied labourers belonging to ihe parish throughout the winter. Ihe Rev. A. F. Subscribers-only content

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    HOME. Where burns the loved hearth brightest, Cheering the social brea,t ? Where beats the loud heart lightest, Its humble hopes possessed ? Where is the smile of Sadness, Of meek-eyed Patience born, \V orth more than those of Subscribers-only content

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    DEATH if THE REV. JOHN PE-VRBON Ws regret to record th. death of the Rev. John Pearaon, rector of Bnckl.y. who for more than forty yean ha. been a prominent figure in the ecclesiastical, administrative and social life of Subscribers-only content

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